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This is at eny? I thought quill got all the cool testing stuff?

 

Yes, this is at East New York, but by no means should you count Quill out.... ;)

 

1 down. 275 to go. 50 are headed to ENY, and we will talk bout Quill soon.

 

FYI:

 

-Destination sign fully programmed

-Farebox installed

-ENY Logo's applied

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This shit is fire, wish I could vote up on my phone but can't for now. Phenomenal stuff right here.

 

Edit: And an XD40 properly painted instead of that cheap sticker, that's it!

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What's the point of the green sign instead of the usual one?

They're all multicolored signs. Ever since we had that big stink about the SBS lights in S.I, this has become the alternative.

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They're all multicolored signs. Ever since we had that big stink about the SBS lights in S.I, this has become the alternative.

Multicolored signs?? When would the sign be green anyway? The orange signage is much easier to read for the average commuter.

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Multicolored signs?? When would the sign be green anyway? The orange signage is much easier to read for the average commuter.

 

After having been through the test bus (LFSA 1237), the sign in all colors is easy to read during the day and night especially since during the day, the signs are much brighter than the ones we currently have. Other people(regular passengers) have said the same thing.

 

These signs are the alternative to the SBS lights, as they'll signify SBS service in either one color or different colors. If Yukon gets these or the Novas with the signs, you'll know that they will hit SBS service sometime in the near future in some way.

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After having been through the test bus (LFSA 1237), the sign in all colors is easy to read during the day and night especially since during the day, the signs are much brighter than the ones we currently have. Other people(regular passengers) have said the same thing.

 

These signs are the alternative to the SBS lights, as they'll signify SBS service in either one color or different colors. If Yukon gets these or the Novas with the signs, you'll know that they will hit SBS service sometime in the near future in some way.

Very interesting... But who will determine which color is used?  Seems like a stupid question, but given the stink that Lanza made about the SBS flashing lights, I had to ask. lol

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